Nazi-inspired RSS captures nuclear-armed state of over billion people: PM


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26 Feb, 2020 2:16 pm

 ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan said that today in India the Nazi-inspired Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) ideology captured a nuclear-armed state of over a billion people.

In a series of tweet on Wednesday, the prime minister said, “Today in India we are seeing the Nazi-inspired RSS ideology take over a nuclear-armed state of over a billion people. “Whenever a racist ideology based on hatred takes over, it leads to bloodshed,” he added.

“I want to warn our people that anyone in Pakistan targeting our non-Muslim citizens or their places of worship will be dealt with strictly. Our minorities are equal citizens of this country,” Imran Khan tweeted.

In another tweet, PM Khan said, “As I had predicted in my address to UN GA last year, once the genie is out of the bottle the bloodshed will get worse.”

“Indian Occupied Jammu Kashmir (IOJK) was the beginning. Now 200 million Muslims in India are being targeted. The world community must act now,” he maintained.

 

On the other hand, the death toll rose to 20 on Wednesday, with at least 200 injured, during anti-Muslim clash and attack of RSS goons in New Delhi.

The move came as 20 people were killed and hundreds injured in a day of anti-Muslim violence by Hindu supremacist mobs in New Delhi over protests on a controversial citizenship law that has been deemed discriminatory toward Muslims.

The government of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi imposed restrictions on media. The RSS goons and Hindu extremists are attacking journalists and mosques, buildings and vehicles in Indian capital set ablaze.

While the US President Donald Trump was on a two-day visit to hold talks with Modi, pictures and videos from the affected areas showed horrific scenes forcing the authorities to issue directives to the media.

The Indian government has instructed news channels that they must be cautious about airing content that incited violence and promoted anti-national attitudes, reported Hindustan Times.

 

 


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